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AutoFitArea for TweenMax or TimelineMAx

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Hello experts,


Is there any userguide or codepen example on how to us the AutoFitArea with TweenMax.


I want to scale images (which all might be different sizes) and elements to a known size -- a window or div in my html


AutFit Area seems to have the options I need but how to use with TweenMax ?

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AutoFitArea is only available for Flash / ActionScript.

Perhaps if you provide a basic CodePen example someone can give you some pointers. I'm thinking the solution is going to largley be focused on JavaScript or jQuery and not so much GSAP.

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Thanks for the answer.

I guess I can write the javascript code -- I already do this for the question I submitted on May 15th (New Feature [request] ) to find the co-ordinates of the viewport (even when scrolled) and then to modify the Tween vars.


I actually front the TweenMax with my function jwt_animate, intercept vars such as x:"right", and replace them with  left : and xPercent :  and for good measure add a new value in x: for the offset from the right margin. I think the codepen demonstrates this.


I was hoping that a function already existed.

I was also hoping that instead of fronting TweenMax, I could link my Javascript under the call line so that TweenMax did the calculations as a sub-routine.


Anyway, thanks for confirming that my requirement does not exist.

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